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An event of Dom Radio residency

Henry Purcell
(Arr Benjamin Britten)
Ciacona in G Minor

Benjamin Britten
Three Divertimenti for String Quartet

Alfred Schnittke
String Quartet No. 3

Alexey Shor
(Arr Georgs Pelecis)
“Phantasms”

Bela Bartok
“Romanian Folk Dances”

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 43 (1935—1936)

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Jean-Marie Leclair (1697-1764)
Deuxième Récréation de Musique for two violins and bass continuo, Op. 8 (1737)
Ouverture-Forlane-Sarabande-Menuet-Badinage-Chaconne-Tambourin

Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725)
Madrigal “Cor mio, deh, non languire” (My heart, please do not languire) for five female voices.

Alexandra Filonenko (born 1972)
“Quiet Light” for five female voices (2020). World premiere.

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Selected Movements from Suite No. 3 in B minor, BWV814 for harpsichord
Allemande-Courante-Sarabande

Alexandra Filonenko
Invocation for two violins (2020). World premiere.

Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672)
Selig sind die Toten (Blessed are the dead), SWV 391.

Duration: 75 minutes

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An event of Dom Radio residency

Based on the Ukrainian text by the playwright KLIM, Boris Pavlovich has staged a production firmly connected with the national identity of its lead actress Ekaterina Taran.

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An event of Dom Radio residency

Based on the Ukrainian text by the playwright KLIM, Boris Pavlovich has staged a production firmly connected with the national identity of its lead actress Ekaterina Taran.

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An event of Dom Radio residency

Arvo Pärt
Variations on the recovery of Arinushka
Fur alina

Valentin Silvestrov
Kitsch music
I. Allegro vivace
II. Moderato
III. Allegretto
IV. Moderato
V. Allegretto

Mikhail Alperin
At Home
To F.Chopin

Georg Pelecis – Vladimir Martynov
Correspondence

Duration: 110 minutes

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An event of Dom Radio residency